Registration is now open for IAAPA EMEA Spring Forum 2018. The three-day event in Dublin and Belfast gives attendees the chance to check out Ireland’s key attractions.
Attendees will learn about the country’s leisure and tourism industry first-hand and discover how it is continuing to develop. The programme reflects the association’s 100 years celebration theme: Celebrate the Past. Build the Future.
Aside from the tours, the diverse offering includes a range of thought-provoking forums, as well as IAAPA’s ever-popular networking opportunities.
The educational sessions and tours have been designed to offer multiple perspectives on guest experience and operations. Attendees will also gain valuable insights into turning a brand into a memorable experience that can drive on-and-off-site revenue.
From its roots in 1918, IAAPA has evolved into the largest international trade association for permanently located attractions dedicated to the preservation and prosperity of the global attractions industry.
The non-profit represents 5,300 attraction, supplier, and individual members from more than 100 countries. Members include professionals from amusement parks, theme parks, attractions; water parks, resorts; family entertainment centres; zoos, aquariums; science centres, museums; and industry manufacturers and suppliers.
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